Course registration for the Fall and Winter terms begins in July. You will be assigned an enrolment appointment date and time in SOLUS, which will be first day that you can start to register in courses. You will have the opportunity to adjust your schedule later in the month, and then again during open enrolment, which begins August 15th.
You will not be automatically enrolled in your courses, so you will need to be sure to register the courses that you want to take. All of the core courses are offered in both fully online and Blended (in-person, labelled as BLN in SOLUS) formats, so be sure to select the online offering when registering. The first-year core courses are:
- PHGY 170 Human Cell Physiology
- PHAR 100 Introductory Pharmacology
- GLPH 171 Social and Physical Determinants of Health and Disease
- ANAT 100 Anatomy of the Human Body
- HSCI 190 Introduction to Statistics for the Health Sciences
- IDIS 173 History and Philosophy of Health and Healthcare
You will also need to choose and enrol in 6.0 units of option courses and 6.0 units of electives during your enrolment appointment. Option courses must be chosen from the Year 1 option course list. Electives can be any course at Queen's.
Prior to course enrolment, you’ll need to select your courses. To do this, we encourage you to visit the Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) and Arts and Science Online websites. If you have questions about choosing your courses, you can connect with our Academic Advisors by emailing email@example.com
If you are starting as an interest student with the goal of progressing into the degree plan, you will need to take three specified courses with us within your first two terms. You will be limited to taking 2 courses (totaling 6 units) per term. These courses are:
- PHGY 170
- one of ANAT 100 or PHAR 100
- one of GLPH 171 or IDIS 173
If you achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (minimum 2.3 in any one course), you are eligible to progress into the full-time degree program.
Repeat courses cannot be used for the accelerated progression route, but can be used in the alternate progression route.